NCPA: Daily Policy Digest 1-13-2010

National Center for Policy Analysis

National Center for Policy Analysis

Daily Policy Digest

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

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Economic Issues

HOW MEDIA MISUSE INCOME DATA TO MATCH THEIR PRECONCEPTIONS

More than three-quarters of those working Americans whose incomes were in the bottom 20 percent in 1975 were also in the top 40 percent of income earners at some point by 1991, says Thomas Sowell in his newest book, "Intellectuals and Society"...

INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

Health Issues

THE HOUSE HEALTH CARE BILL: STICKING IT TO SMALL BUSINESS

The employer mandate structure in the House-passed health care bill would create a strong disincentive for a business to expand compensation or even acquire new workers, says policy analyst John Ligon...

HERITAGE FOUNDATION

Economic Issues

A BUSINESS PLAN FOR JOBS

Given the proper tools, America's job creators can usher in a new era of prosperity, says Thomas Donohue, President and CEO of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce...

REAL CLEAR POLITICS

Government Issues

FREEDOM IN THE WORLD 2010: GLOBAL EROSION OF FREEDOM

Global declines in freedom outweighed gains in 2009, say researchers...

FREEDOM HOUSE/BOTSWANA GAZETTE

Crime

ARMED AND VULNERABLE?

There may be a reverse causation associated with getting shot: people who anticipate violent confrontations often own guns...

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA/REASON

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